Sweet and sexy, Southwark’s restaurant and bar The Refinery provides socialites with something special to savour. Located in the landmark Blue Fin Building on Southwark Street, the refinery sees locals enjoying innovative cocktails, global wines and an impressive menu, emphasising provenance and organic ingredients.
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Food and DrinkValid from 27 April 2016 to 31 August 2016
For £19.95 treat yourself to a 2 course set menu with the choice of Pimms, Becks or house soda. Offer bookable from 21/04/2016 till 30/08/2016 and valid from Wednesday 27th April till Wednesday 31st August.
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110 Southwark StreetLondonSE1 0TF
The refinery is a good local watering hole in Southwark so we recently decided to try it as a lunch spot too. The service was attentive and they have plenty of menu options to choose from. Personally I would choose this again as a group lunch option as the quick service and delivery of food mean it would be perfect for large work lunches.more
Pleasant atmosphere, friendly staff and delicious food and drinks! We felt very comfortable during the dinner and the music and decorative interior laid the foundation for a cozy evening.more
I was at The Refinery last night for a couple of work drinks. I had heard a bit about it before hand from other friends who loved the place but it wasn't anything too special.
The beers on tap are quite varied and allow a lot of choice and the work and presentation the bar men and women put into mixing a short or cocktail is quite amazing. Be prepared to pay a pretty price though.
Visited refinery for a post work drinks with my colleagues. It's quite near where I work and looked more modern and hence different from other joins in around which are more 'traditional' if you could call that.
The ambiance is pretty nice, modern and lots of energy but in terms of the fare there is nothing really unique was my view.
The standard drinks, the food was not bad and not great...more
On a gloomy day in London, The Refinery is simply a solid brunch spot. Not a game changer and not so much a scene that it's going to redefine your weekend breakfast routine, but without a lot of options in this area on a sleepy Sunday, it satisfies.
The decor is like a midcentury meets minimalist mish mash. Not everything matches and it lends to an eclectic look. Food wise I went with the...more